Yes, it is just the LED of the ON / OFF Switch, the actual lights work fine. The LED stays ON for about 3 to 4 secs, then goes dark - while the attached fixture lights are fine. I can film it if you want. Btw, it happens with switches on single pole and 3 ways (I have GE add-ons for my 3 ways).
You mentioned “LED Strip Intensity”, but I believe the manual refers to it as “LED Indicator Intensity” on the LZW30-SN and “LED Strip Intensity” on the LZW31-SN. Are you sure you are referring to the LZW30-SN (On/Off switch) and not the LZW31-SN (Dimmer switch)?
The LZW31-SN has a configuration setting that behaves similar to what you are experiencing. If the “LED Strip Intensity” (Config Parameter 14) is set to 0, there is a separate config parameter “LED Strip Timeout” (Config Parameter 17) that will allow the LED Strip to turn on for a few seconds every time you change the brightness.
@BDRRR This is a known issue with firmware 1.11 or below. The engineers carried over the dimmer parameter for LED Strip Timeout that @jtronicus mentioned to the switch when it was not supposed to be included. I believe it is fixed in 1.16+ but I will double check.
A work around is to set parameter 9 on the switch to 0.
Edit: I see you are on SmartThings but the parameter is supposed to be automatically applied with our device handler. Can you confirm which device handler you are using?
Edit2: Can you let me know the date on the device handler you are using (towards the top of the code)?
Now that you mention it, I remember seeing something like that with a LZW30-SN. I remember tinkering with the LED Off value and had issues, I think with the LED staying on when the connected light was on. Didn’t think much of it at the time and just factory reset the switch. I have stayed away from touching the Off intensity setting since then.
I wish; I usually just check github every couple of weeks or wait until I see a change from @bcopeland to go download the new one. (I’m using hubitat, but feel the answer is the same). Correct me if I’m wrong ST users.
It would be really nice if it alerted you of an update (vice automatic pull and break things).
Yeah, you can paste over the top and save/publish. After you do that though, go into each device, then go into the preferences, and then hit “save” (or change one of the options there). This will make sure the proper configuration gets pushed out. I don’t think there is an automatic way, but you can at least use a quicker method if you add the Inovelli github into your IDE.
Then, when in the device handlers section of the IDE, you can click “Update from Repo” > Choose our repo > then choose the device handler you want to update.
Edit: Do you mind if I mark the KB post as the solution for this thread?